It wasn’t so long ago that if you mentioned tacos to most Americans, they would assume you were talking about the uncomplicated, Mexican "sandwich" filled with beef. Over time, however, the taco evolved in this country, and it became nearly as common to find shrimp, chicken, chorizo or fried fish contained within those crisp corn tortillas. At the same time, chefs and foodservice operators sought to differentiate their tacos from the competition by giving the popular Mexican ...
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